Guiding Future Stars is a student-athlete development company that is committed to educate prospective student-athletes about what it takes to play at the next level, how the college recruiting process works, and how to be a successful student-athlete who excels in the classroom, on the field, and in the community.
Guiding Future Stars Seminars and Workshops are very informative and will help any team, organization, school, or event provide a thorough overview of the college recruiting process. Here are 10 reasons to attend a GFS event in 2018.
You are a 10, it is your future and you are worth it.
Be Confident in who you are as a student-athlete and what you have accomplished to this point. If you have the burning desire to continue to play your sport at the next level then there is a school out there for you, you just need to find it. Whether you choose to pursue sports in college or focus on your education, GFS will help guide you on how to best find those opportunities.
9 Questions to Answer in Marketing Yourself
Grabbing the attention of a college coach is major step in the recruiting process. But before a coach can identify you and evaluate you as a prospect they need to know you exist. The best way to do that is through your introduction letter, student-athlete profile, and recruiting video. You need to be able to find nine different methods to market yourself in writing.
8 Ideas on what it means to be a Student-Athlete
Being a college student-athlete is going to be difficult but it will also be one of the greatest experiences of your life. You need to understand what it takes to be a successful student-athlete. The responsibilities of a student-athlete are very demanding, there will be academic, athletic, physical, and emotional demands you will have to endure.
7 Habits of Highly Recruited Student-Athletes
Do you have what it takes to be a college student-athlete? Playing in college goes well beyond your athletic abilities. You need to possess other qualities that college coaches look for in their players. Putting your athletic abilities aside what are the 7 Habits of Highly Recruited Student-Athletes that coaches seek.
6 Phases of the College Recruiting Process
The college recruiting process can be tricky to navigate but if you a plan and a clear road map, its all you need to go from undiscovered to highly recruitable to college bound. The Recruiting Process can be broken into 6 phases to help simplify the process. The recruiting process is more like a marathon than a sprint. You should take your time and navigate through each phase slowly and carefully.
5 Members of Your College Recruiting Team
The recruiting process should be a team effort , however the team is working in support of the student-athlete. All 5 members of the team need to work together and be on the same page to ensure the student-athletes success. Discover who the team is and what role they will play in your college search/recruiting process.
4 Areas of Recruiting that College Coaches Evaluate
There is no one quality that college coaches look for in their recruits. Coaches want well rounded individuals who excel in all aspects of their lives. When college coaches identify and evaluate talent they will look at the 4 areas of a prospective student-athlete. Every coach, no matter what level or what sport will look at these four areas. Some coaches will value one over the other but they will look at all four areas at one time or another.
3 Factors to Find Your College Experience Trifecta
How do you find the “right fit” What does the right fit even mean. As a prospective student-athlete who wants to continue their academic and athletic career at the next level you want to find a school that will provide you with the best overall college experience. You need to look at the college search process from three perspectives, a student, an athlete, and as a young man or woman. By looking at these three factors separately you will have a better chance at finding your college experience trifecta.
2 Types of Commitments a Student-Athlete can make
When you believe you have find your school and its time to make a commitment you need to understand the terms of those commitments. What does it mean? What to do next? Get a better understanding of a Verbal Commitment and which student-athletes get to sign a National Letter of Intent?
1 You have to Attend to Find Out
Are you interested in scheduling a Guiding Future Stars Event for your team, organization, school, or event please fill out our Request More Info Form in our New Guiding Future Stars Web Application. Fill out the form and a member of the GFS team will contact you to discuss your event.